Back in April, the municipality of Haifa, Israel, partnered with Haifa City Museum to sponsor a one-day installation by Dutch designer and architect Noa Haim. “Every City Needs a HEART-Board Pyramid” features Haim’s signature foldable cardboard triangles that come together to create a hand-made pyramid in front of the museum.
Museum-goers had the opportunity to fold, unfold, construct and deconstruct the triangles into many different configurations. Children of all ages engaged with the art to make forts, balls and other structures to play creatively.
Notwithstanding the impermanence of the exhibit itself, Rotterdam-based Haim seems to delight in people destroying her idea of what her art should be and making it their own. Continue reading →